Glenbrook, Doyline and NW at home: Lakeside on the road
Tonight starts another exciting week of basketball for the Webster Parish schools.
There are only a couple of more weeks left in the regular season for local schools to secure their playoff spots.
Tonight, Minden High School is hosting a "St. Jude Night" as they host Northwood High School in a pair of games.
For tonight only, Minden High will donate $1 per every paid admission to the St. Jude Telethon that begins on Thursday.
Here's a look at the week ahead.
The Crimson Tide and Lady Tiders will play a pair of district games this week, starting with tonight's homes games against Northwood.
Friday night, the teams will head to Shreveport for a pair of games at Huntington.
The Warriors and Lady Warriors will finish off a tough three-game road district stretch, as they play at Sterlington High School.
Friday night the teams return home to host Lake Providence in a pair of district games.
After a short break, the Apaches and Lady Apaches will get back into action tonight when they host Central School.
Friday night they head to Pineville for district games with Cenla Christian Academy.
Both days, the games will start at 4 p.m. with the junior varsity games, and then varsity games are set to begin at 6 p.m.
The Doyline Panthers and Lady Panthers will host a pair of district rivals this week.
Tonight, Doyline hosts Quitman for a pair of games and then on Friday, Weston comes to town for two games beginning at 6 p.m.
The Knights and Lady Knights will host Mansfield tonight in two district games beginning at 6 p.m.
Friday night, both teams head to Shreveport to take on Calvary Baptist in a pair of important district games.
The Knights finished just out of the Top 10 in this week's LSWA Class 2A poll at #11.